U.S. Senate

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Former Colorado House Speaker Crisanta Duran launches primary challenge to Democrat Diana DeGette

Decision from Duran, thought to be a prominent challenger to Republican Cory Gardner, will likely have big impacts on 2020 U.S. Senate race

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Why Cory Gardner endorsed Donald Trump — and whether it helps or hurts him

A new poll shows unwavering support for the president among Republicans in Colorado, but it's not clear whether Trump endorsement will ward off primary challenge

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U.S. Senate approves major public lands, conservation package reauthorizing Land and Water Conservation Fund

The hodgepodge bill offered something for nearly everyone, with projects stretching across the country -- including Colorado

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Democrat Andrew Romanoff announces run for Cory Gardner’s seat, marking his third bid for Congress

The former speaker of the Colorado House tried to unseat Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet in 2010 and Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman in 2014

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Democrat Mike Johnston jumps into U.S. Senate race against Cory Gardner

Johnston is among a long list of Democrats who are weighing a run against Cory Gardner

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Here’s how Cory Gardner and Michael Bennet voted as the U.S. Senate rejected both plans for reopening government

Republican Cory Gardner voted for both the Republican and Democratic plans to reopen the federal government Thursday. Democrat Michael Bennet voted against the Republican plan and for the Democrats' one.

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Republican U.S. senators — Cory Gardner chief among them — try to figure out how closely to run with Trump

As Republican senators set out to run for re-election in states where views on Trump are mixed, they're trying to figure out how closely to align themselves with Trump